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For a town colonized by Spaniards, our city strangely lacks in their national cuisine. But the bold, garlicky flavors of the Iberian Peninsula are popping up around L.A., and if you know where to look, you can find authentic paella, croquetas and fresh-from-the-bone jamón all across the city at some of L.A.’s best restaurants. Whether you’re craving imported tinned fish, plate-size tortilla Española or the most luxurious and modern takes on the cuisine, here’s where to do as the Spanish do—and don’t forget the gin and tonics.